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ALL property owners have the right to file tax appeals with the County Board of Taxation, regardless of the amount of their assessment. However, for properties with assessments greater than $1,000,000, owners also have the option of filing an appeal directly with the State Tax Court of New Jersey. Petitions to either the County Board of Taxation or the State Tax Court must be filed and received on or before April 1st. Where a municipal revaluation or reassessment has been undertaken, petitions must be filed and received by May 1st. Property owners should direct questions regarding tax appeals to their County Board of Taxation or municipal tax assessor’s office.